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Free Screening: GREEN by Patrick Rouxel

June 29 // 6:15pm // San Francisco Public Library Main Branch // Here’s your opportunity to see 2011 festival film GREEN by Patrick Rouxel one more time. This multi-award winning film explores the devastating impacts of logging and the palm oil industry on Orang-utan habitat in Indonesia.

Yann Arthus-Bertrand to attend 1st SF Green Film Festival 3.5.11

Yann Arthus-Bertrand proudly presents his environmental documentary at the 1st San Francisco Green Film Festival HOME, the 1st full-length feature documentary film by Yann Arthus-Bertrand shown for free in over 130 countries and seen by more than 400 million viewers, will screen Saturday, March 5th 2011 at 8.00 pm at Landmark Theatres Embarcadero Center Cinema. Yann Arthus-Bertrand will be […]

Join us for festival Q&A with iconic writer Margaret Atwood 3.4.11

SFGFF will screen the West Coast premiere of veteran Canadian documentarian Ron Mann’s IN THE WAKE OF THE FLOOD, a film about iconic Canadian writer and environmental activist Margaret Atwood. Atwood will join the festival audience for a live satellite Q&A after the screening. On the eve of her 70th birthday, Canadian writer Margaret Atwood […]

Multi award-winning GREEN highlights threats to orang-utan habitat

We’re thrilled to be hosting the Bay Area Premiere of filmmaker Patrick Rouxel’s multi award-winning documentary, GREEN, following ‘Green’, a female orang-utan which is the victim of deforestation and and resource exploitation in Indonesia. The film is an emotional journey with Green’s final days. It is a visual ride presenting the treasures of rainforest biodiversity […]

Jon Bowermaster’s new film from the Gulf of Mexico screening Sept 30 at ‘Nightlife’

Drill, baby, spill: On Sept 30 we’re screening Jon Bowermaster’s film SOLA: LOUISIANA WATER STORIES at the California Academy of Sciences ‘Nightlife’ special H2O edition. Jon arrived in Louisiana in July 2008 to make a film about the relationship between man and water, and could never have predicted his reportage would end with the planet’s biggest ecological disaster […]

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